Recovery for Drug, Alcohol and Gambling Problems.
Asking for help is the first step.
The Salvation Army Bridge Program, an internationally acclaimed alcohol and drug recovery program. It has helped more than 50,000 people to overcome addiction problems since it began in 1964.
I believe they offer the best recovery model, helping you to not only overcome your dependency on drugs/ alcohol/ gambling, but to achieve the quality of life you’ve always wanted. They offer 550 residential beds in NSW, ACT and Qld, with around 200 staff members involved in clinical, nursing, domestic, catering, and administration teams.
I attended the program some 10 years ago and gained a great deal of help! And it’s free!
There are a few facts you might like to know about the Bridge Program. Firstly, it’s a long-term, residential program – you live in our centre/s for eight to 10 months. (They do also offer non-residential support.) It’s abstinence-based – the aim is to achieve abstinence from drugs, alcohol and gambling. And it’s a spiritual program – we look not only at the physical side of addiction, but also the underlying spiritual and emotional aspects.
Contact the centre nearest to you for advice or to arrange an assessment, or read on for some more detailed information about what to expect from the program.
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